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Let’s Boot Bush Honeysuckle Off the Land!

October 5, 2010 clifftop CliffNotes

hunting honeysuckle, P. DauBach

The story usually is told as “put a frog in boiling water and he’ll jump out, but put him in water and slowly raise the temperature and he’ll just sit there and cook to death.”  While we’re all lots more used to frogs – boiled or not – most of us recognize the camel’s nose […]


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Bush Honeysuckle is Foreign Enemy # 1 for Bluff Lands’ Health

September 10, 2008 clifftop CliffNotes

bush honeysuckle, J. Miller

Bush honeysuckle is foreign enemy number one in our blufflands. It has taken over the understory in many areas of the woods, is destroying our natural habitats, and is transforming forever our natural landscape. While the several types of Asian bush honeysuckles present in the U.S. do have differences which separate them into species, all […]


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